Day 1: Arrival and free day at Kathmandu
Welcome at Kathmandu International airport by our representative, Transfer to Hotel –After check in free time enjoy on your own, Stay at Kathmandu Hotel.
Kathmandu Valley - The Heart of Nepal
Kathmandu Valley, the capital and heart of the country essentially symbolizes all that is Nepal. Having seen the rule of various dynasties, the culture and society of Kathmandu has evolved through time to give it a most unique characteristic.
Day 2: Kathmandu to Pokhara (210 KMS)
After early breakfast at hotel be ready at Lobby by 6:30. Our car will pick up from hotel and drop to tourist Bus Park- Bus will start from tourist Bus Park by 7 AM Sharp. After a 7 hours (Approx.) journey you will reach to Pokhara- On the way you will see panoramic views of Rivers, Hills, mountains and many more. After reaching to Pokhara Bus Park our car will pick and drop to designated hotel.
Pokhara- the most famous tourist city
Pokhara is most famous tourist city in the world. Pokhara is especially renowned as city of lake, mountain and starting point of Annapurna circuits trekking. From Pokhara you can see the Annapurna ranges on your lap along with breathtaking reflection of Fishtail on lake.
Day 3: Pokhara Sightseeing
Please be ready at Lobby by 5:30 for sunrise (timing may vary as per sunrise time). Our car will pick up and transfer to Place called Sarangkot for sunrise. Sarangkot is one of the best place to see the sunrise in the world. Along with sunrise you can see sun rays reflecting on mountains. After sunrise car will drop back to hotel around 7: 30 AM for breakfast. Soon After breakfast you can start your remaining sightseeing of Pokhara or if you are doing any activities (other than package like- paragliding, Ultra-light, Bungee, Jeep Flyer etc.) you can coordinate with local tour manager and postpone the sightseeing from afternoon time. Sightseeing of Pokhara includes:
Davis fall & Guptshwor Cave:
Devi’s or David’s fall (Patalé Chango in Nepali) is a lovely waterfall in the city’s southern edge. Legends have it that a lady by the name was swept into the waterfall never to be discovered again. In early years since the waterfall began to attract visitors, the nearby area was sparsely populated and much of the waterfall site was unattended. In the recent years, the conservation efforts to protect the waterfall and its premises are underway. The latest facelift around the waterfall is a testimony of ongoing conservation initiative.
Although the waterfall is open to visitors throughout the year, the best time to visit is during the monsoon season when the floodgate of the Fewa lake barrage is opened to ease the water level. The rushing flow of water through the narrow moraine canyon into the deep ground hole forms a spectacular site.
The all new look of the waterfall comes with a landscaped garden, a wishing well, and a model Nepali countryside home perched on top of the waterfall for visitors to sit and relax.
Just across the highway from the Devi’s fall is the famous Gupteshwor cave. This underground cavity is quite a fascinating occurrence for its close proximity to the waterfall. What appears to be a narrow entrance to the cave balloons up inside to form a first wide platform housing a temple of lord Shiva. A further down the stairs and through a narrow passage leads to the main cavity with high walls aligned closed to wet stalagmites and stalactites. About 25 meters beyond this point is the main drop zone of the Devi’s waterfall after sinking in the ground.
International Mountaineering Museum:
Sprawling over 13 acres of idyllic lush green landscape the International Mountain Museum is one of the must see while in Nepal. Established by Nepal Mountaineering Association in early 2004 the museum was conceived with an idea to work towards promoting the understanding of the mountains, its people and culture, flora and fauna, and the proud mountaineering history.
The first section of the museum features the mountain peoples from Nepal and other countries and their lifestyle portrayed through the clothes, crafts, utensils and models. The second section has mountain rocks, geological specimens and old and new posters on display. The last section consists of the display of tools and equipment’s used by famous mountaineers including Junko Tabei, the first woman to summit Everest.
The museum provides free tour guides and documentary shows throughout the day. The Buddhist prayer room inside the main building also features periodic worships by monks, an age old tradition of many ethnic groups of Nepal’s Himalayas.
There is a 31 feet model of Mt. Manaslu and a quad faced climbing wall for outdoor indulgence. The cafe, souvenir shop, and resting sheds overlooking the Annapurna range make IMM one of the most peaceful places in Pokhara. IMM opens daily and occasionally hosts special events.
Day 4: Pokhara to Kathmandu
After early breakfast at hotel please be ready at Lobby by 7:00 AM. Our car will drop to tourist Bus Park. Bus will start from tourist bus park by 7:30 AM Sharp. After a journey of approx. 7 hours you will reach to Kathmandu Again. Our vehicle will pick up from tourist Bus Park and drop to designated hotel.
Day 5: Kathmandu Sightseeing & Departure
After breakfast at hotel check out and get ready at Lobby. Our vehicle will pick up and take you to Swyambhunath and Patan Durbar Square. After sightseeing of these spots we will drop you to Kathmandu International airport for the final departure to your home destination.
Swayambhunath - The Self Born
Perched on a hilltop on the south western part of Kathmandu, Swayambhunath, is one of the most important religious and cultural sites in Nepal and is associated with the birth of the Kathmandu Valley civilisation. When the Valley was still an ancient lake, a predecessor of the historic Siddartha Gautama Buddha planted the lotus seed here from which came the light of Swayambhu, the “Self Born”. The Boddisattva Manjushree drained the lake by cutting a gorge in the southern edge of the valley in a place called Chobahar from which the Bagmati River flows out, south bound, and established the Kathmandu Valley civilisation.
Patan Durbar square
This whole square is a cluster of fine pagoda temples and stone statues; it is at the same time the business hub of the city. At every step one comes across a piece of art or an image of a deity, testifying to the consummate skill of Patan's anonymous artists. The ancient palace of the Malla kings and the stone baths associated with various legends and episodes of history are especially interesting to visitors. The stone temple of Lord Krishna and the Royal Bath (Tushahity) with its intricate stone and bronze carvings are two other masterpieces in the same vicinity.
Departure to airport from Kathmandu Hotel.
2 Nights Stay at Kathmandu Hotel
2 Nights Stay at Pokhara Hotel
Daily Breakfast at Hotel
Sightseeing as per Itinerary
Kathmandu to Pokhara return by AC bus ( SIC) rest by private vehicle
All transfers and tours as per itinerary
Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
Monument & Museum Entrance Fees for the sights mentioned in the Itinerary.
Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”.
Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls
The Services of Vehicle is not included on leisure days & after finishing the sightseeing tour as per the Itinerary
Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated)
Camera fee, Soft or Hard drinks, Starters.
Medical & Travel insurance